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Jurors in the trial of former Dewey & Lebeouf leaders asked on Friday for an excerpt of testimony from former Dewey Finance Director Frank Canellas. (Credit: Law360)

Dewey Jury Still Stuck, Asks For Star Cooperator Testimony

Jurors in the trial of the former leaders of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP met Friday for the 17th time to weigh the Manhattan district attorney’s allegations of a scheme to defraud Dewey’s lenders and investors before the firm collapsed, and asked to rehear testimony from the star cooperating witness.

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